Job seeker checklist: Medical benefits? Check. Financial wellness benefits? Check.
You’re a newly minted college graduate or maybe a mid-career job switcher. Would you even consider working for a company that didn’t offer health benefits? Likely not.
Talent is everywhere, but opportunities are afforded to certain ZIP codes
In a passionate discussion at the Aspen Ideas Festival, success stories shine light on the importance of Prudential’s work to support opportunity youth.
How do we prep for a workplace we can’t yet imagine?
Sixty-five percent of the jobs that today’s elementary school students will eventually hold don’t even have names yet. That’s a prediction from the World Economic Forum. And it’s just one proof point that demonstrates why continuous learning and a focus on skills development remain critical at work. Prudential Vice Chairman Rob Falzon tackled that topic head on in a session at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
Employee programs that combine lifestyle and financial wellness benefits may yield healthier, less-stressed workers, Prudential study finds
Employers who provide traditional health and wellness offerings alongside financial wellness programs are likely to reap the benefits of a healthier workforce. Research unveiled by Prudential at the Aspen Ideas: Health festival suggests a connection between the use by employees of both benefit types and improved physical and mental health, based on self-reported outcomes.
Driving toward financial freedom in Motor City
"Legacy Lives On" builds on stories told through The State of US, Prudential’s exploration of financial wellness across America, and the challenges that stand in the way. Black Americans share those same challenges but bear the burden of overcoming past economic and social injustices that have created barriers to building financial wealth.
Working women in two-income households face unexpected retirement risk
Perceptions and reality of family life and marriage have changed dramatically in the last 50 years, yet the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College finds the retirement risks faced by working women in two-income households may be greater than what many believe.
Bringing financial freedom to Cleveland, one class at a time
Monica Hines became a Prudential Advisor to make a difference. Now she’s leading people out of debt.
What happens if you’re unable to work?
Workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) do not cover most challenges workers are likely to face, new Prudential-sponsored research finds.
Gig workers face unique challenges paying taxes, new Prudential poll finds
This week is crunch time for those who have yet to file their taxes, and though most of us look forward to the annual accounting dance about as much as we look forward to a root canal, America’s 15.5 million independent workers find it even more stressful and complicated than the rest of us.
We’re average students, getting a “C” when it comes to understanding finances, Americans say
NEWARK, N.J., April 10, 2019 - More than half of Americans say they’d earn a “C” or lower when it comes to financial literacy, according to a new survey conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Prudential Financial, Inc. (NYSE: PRU).